Scientists have discovered enough new forest to cover half of Australia, according to research from the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Researchers from the University of Adelaide worked with the FAO to identify new forests in arid drylands in the Sahara desert, around the Mediterranean, southern Africa, central India, coastal Australia, western South America,…
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